Bali is polluting with 1.6 million tons of waste which accumulated each year in the ocean. Now Bali is desperately trying to end the pollution by reducing its plastic waste.
BALI TO REDUCE 33,000 TONS OF PLASTIC WASTE
It according to new findings from The Bali Partnership show that just 48 percent of waste from the Indonesian island is disposed of through recycling or landfill, while 33,000 tons of plastic waste ends up in the ocean each year. Indonesia's popular tourist destination Bali receives around 16 million tourists each year, of which 6.5 million are international, has pledged to reduce ocean plastics by 70 percent by 2025. Bali generates 1.6 million tonnes of waste per year, around 20 percent of which is plastic.
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